Ride the Wind

 

Wish I could hop that old freight train and leave these blues behind

The ways to get away from here been weighin’ on my mind

I know no train can take me where I really want to go

But come the dawn I will be gone… I’ll ride the wind, you know…

I’ll just get up and go!

 

Chorus:

Ride the wind! Stand the storm! There ain’t no place to hide!

Ride the wind! Stand the storm! We cannot be denied!

 

Farewell, my friends, I’ll miss you all… I’ll miss you one and all

One of these years I shall return… most likely in the fall

So keep the faith that we have known in Love and Liberty

And when we once embrace again we shall be strong and free…

In Truth we shall be free!

 

Chorus Instrumental Chorus

 

Cold winds blow across the land… Dark clouds gather gloom

Children wake up crying… Parents rush into the room

It’s just another nightmare of impending days of doom

But we’re gonna tear “your terror” down and make the deserts bloom!

Yeah, that’s what we assume!

 

Chorus

 

It’s just like us to rise again when we have sunk so low

Those who have no sense of shame will never learn to grow

We cannot live locked in the past… The winter can’t stop spring!

So let us join our hearts in hope… Let’s hear those voices ring!

Yeah, let’s hear those voices sing!

 

Chorus Instrumental Chorus

 

Copyright 1988 Victor René Sadot/BMI/Orbian Love Music

Title cut for the 12 song LP released in 1988. This song was re-released

on a “Best of 25 Years of Vic Sadot Recordings” CD titled “Broadsides & Retrospectives”, which is available on CD Baby:

http://cdbaby.com/cd/vicsadot2

Released on “9/11 Truth & Justice Songs – 10th Anniversary Edition” CD on 9/11/11. Now available on CD Baby!

http://cdbaby.com/cd/vicsadot3

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